|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Ctmitr E0Wttg f&mitar FEBRUARY 6, 1997 PAGE 2 f?r: Happy 80th Birthday The family of Virginia Young would like to wish her a very happy 80th birthday on Friday, February 7. Virginia along with her late husband Roy, has lived in Milford since 1941. In fact, she still resides in the same house in which she has lived for fifty years now. She is known as mom, grandma, or great grandma to those sending this birthday wish. And not only do we all wish we could be closer to see her more often but also to spend this very special day with her. However, she instilled in us big dreams w hich, in turn, took us all for away from Milford in miles, but not in our hearts As she has always been there for us over the years and across the miles we are also here for her as we wish her a very happy birthday. In the meantime, Virginia must decide on her special birthday trip which she will go on with her three daughters. This fall she will be traveling to the New England Coast or to the island of Victoria in British Columbia. On behalf of your family; lola and Mack Whittaker, Laurel and Paul Woodbury and Thea and John Leppink and their children and grandchildren Curt and Tommy and Zack, Shaun, Jill and Jake, Jan and Patrick, Jason and Stefhe and David we would all like to wish you a very special 80th birthday. JMIESIIEMROLWREHON A reunion is being held in conjunction with the Church of Saints sesquicentennial celebrating Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y their arrival in Utah. All descendants of James Henry Rollins, Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner, Caroline Rollins Kerr, and reunion Phoebe Burk Bingham are invited to attend a week-lon- g first 1997. held 1997 The 19, day of July being through July 26, 19th. It will will San reunion held at the be Bernardino, CA, July be at Minersville, UT, July 22nd, and the last day will be at Lyman, WY, July 26th. Everyone is invited to attend any or all activity. portions of this week-lon- g This family came to Utah in 1848. They were very instrumental in the movement of the Saints to Utah. Many will recognize Mary Elizabeth and Caroline as the two young girls who hid the church papers in the cornfield and escaped the mobs. Mary Elizabeth was the first woman to read the Book of Mormon (as featured in Legacy). James Henry was a member of the party who purchased the land and settled San Bernardino under the direction of Brigham Young. This is a large scale event that has been in the planning for several years. It will probably be a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet and gather together the descendants of James Henry, Mary, Caroline and Phoebe. A directory of descendants is being compiled, as well as a book, which will be available at a later time There will be a short program at each event, with memorabilia being shared. There will also be a catered luncheon in Minersville. Camping facilities are also available there. For more details and specific information please send your request with a stamped envelope to: Lois Rollins Gillins, 160 W. 900 No., Pleasant Grove, UT 84062, or Beverly Rollins Stidham, 4037 Foxgrove Dr., Las Vegas, NV 891 1 7. self-address- mm MARRIAGE? Answer by: Glen Jenson. Utah State University Extension family and human development specialist There are many physical emotional and relationship-relate- d mid-lif- e changes that occur at about time, which may start in the late 30s and continue well into the 60s. This is often thought of as a period of turmoil and adjustment, but the debate is still out as to whether it is a crisis. Research literature terms this phase of life as a crisis when d persons come to a Back Row, I to r: Erin Hutchings. Cherstie Bealer, Krystal Hodges, Jenny Carter. Heidi Rosenloff, Sarah realization that they may never reach LeBaron, Angie Burrows. Slarla Bradshaw. Front Row: Heather Hollingshead. Heidi Peterson. Tiffani F.vcn those who their career goals. Bradshaw. Kellee Eyre. have been successful occupational The Beaver High School attended the Utah State Drill Team Competition Friday January may feel dissatisfied and wonder if it was all worth it. Women who have 3 1st. The Beaver girls competed in the 2A Division. They are pictured here in their Firemen costumes for their Novelty number. The spent a majority of their married lives also competed in the Military and Dance categories. Congratulations on with children and household activities a fine performance. may wonder what their role is now. Mid-lif- e also often comes 1 snr.r?n" with an increased need to provide care for the elderly. Women tend to view this as more of a crisis than men do because they w ill likely provide more of the care. Mid-lif- e becomes a time when it is necessary to accept reality and learn to live with it, yet the increased health problems, worries and pressures can be difficult on a marriage. Once the adjustment has marital been made, however, satisfaction tends to increase for many Some suggestions to couples. enhance or hasten the adjustment follow. brought on by mid-lif- e The marriage relationship needs first priority. Earlier in life, children and careers often took first priority. It is important that husbands and wives reestablish their commitment and determination to make the marriage meaningful to both. Appreciation, understanding and support as well as Back Row I to r: Tiffany Asay, Candace McDermott, Jaye P. Smith, Shelby Holm, Elizabeth Durrant, meaningful time together become Tiffany Johnson, Chart Heath. Front Row: Nisha Livingston, Elise Howard, Abby Carter, Charts Carter, more important than ever. Role sharing may need to be Lindsay Barnes. The Tigercttes pictured here in their Military Uniforms competed in the I A Division of the Utah adjusted to ensure an equal balance. - State Drill Team The intimate aspect of the relationship Competitioa They placed 5th in the Prop categcy jdditionajwards went to Tiflfeny also additional effort. Asav1, may require . Jaye?. Smith, and Nisha Livingston! They received an AH Region Award because of their excellent A sense of humor is essential. attitude, unifying the team, going the extra miic, having great sportsmanship and being respected by her team Remember to laugh at yourself and members. your mate. 4 j)Vl . ps . 1 1 1 'J Susan Camp Minis The Susan Camp of the D.U.P. met on Tuesday, January the home of Carol Albrecht. . 17-1- 2. ill career-oriente- By Holly Willden - The Milford High School 1 ) 1? Boys Basketball team traveled to Valley High on January 3 1 The Tigers took an early lead scoring the first seen points of the game. By the end of the first quarter, the Tigers held a five point lead, The Buffaloes came back to tie the game in the second quarter, leaving to the locker rooms tied at 24 each. During the third quarter the Tigers outscored the Buffaloes retaking the lead 37-3- 4 Beginning the fourth quarter the Buffaloes extended a strong, pressure defense and limited the Tigers to just three points, while they scored 7 to take the win, 40 - 5 Scorers for Vallpv Scpryrs for Milford 14 14 Heaton Brady Williams Williams Baird 14 Clayton 9 8 Craig Wiseman Hoyt 5 Kent Sullivan 8 Roundy Dustin Whittaker Cox 7 The Tigers next game will be at home vs. Wayne County. On February 14 they will travel to Bryce Valley. The following evening, February 5, they will play again at home vs. Enterprise. try - IS THERE SUCH A THING AS CRISIS IN A MID-LIF- E Tiger Basketball Report 1 p-- 2 1 st, at Valerie Hollingshead welcomed everyone and conducted the meeting. Gerri Martin led the group in the pledge and offered a prayer. She also read a poem. Carol Albrecht led the group in song. Flossie Adams read the minutes from last month. Ruth Daly gave a lesson preserving your artifacts. Carla Eyre gave a lesson on Colonel Kane. Gerri Martin and Bernice Ashley had birthdays this month. The Minersville Cemetery Project is still underway. All research has been done and the grave markers are being of the ordered. The Perfectly Pioneer Dolls are selling great. They are still available. Refreshments were served and everyone enjoyed a nice afternoon. 1 Good Luck, Tigers! and Milford High School Senior Class of 1997 Luidsav Barnes, daughter of Larry and Geraldinc Barnes, has been selected as MHS '"Competitor of the Week" for the first week of February. 1W. Lindsay was chosen because of her performance at the State drill team competition. She was named to the team. All-Sta- te are pleased to sponsor "SPRING PORTRAIT SPECIAL" Donate $10. 00 to the Senior Class and Receive a FREE.1i14rnlftr Portrait One Free Portrait per Family If desired, you may also purchase selected packages ofyour favorite portraits. )A ?1 Competitor of the Week :: vi Shelby Holm Mas chosen as competitor of the final cek in January for her strong performance during the girls basketball game Mith Bryce 'alley With 14 rehoutus and S points to her credit, Sheby w as a definite asset to the team The award was presented hy John (iledhill. representing Milford 'alley Memorial Healthcare Services. The Milford High School Senior Class is trvinu to raise money for their Senior Trip coming up this spring. With only a $10.00 donation to the Senior Class, vou will receive a complimentary 11x14 color portrait, a free sitting, and the option to purchase more pictures if you would like to. Portraits will be taken on Friday, February 28. from 3p m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday, March 1st from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m at the High School. For detailed information, or to schedule an appointment, call Jandi Gubler at the high school (387-27- 5 ) or contact a membe- - of the Senior Class. Portraits will be uken by Robins Photouraphy out of Pavson, I tali 3 CD '! 1 Really now, it '.v winter. These kids have to he cold'